PAK vs SL, 2nd Test Day 1 Live Cricket Score Streaming, Ball By Ball Highlights 6th October 2017Tonight the match is of the Pakistan vs Sri Lanka which is having stonewalled, barricaded, intimidated, junkyard dog-ed, dust bowl-ed. Dilruwan and Herath claimed three wickets each, while Suranga Lakmal and Lahiru Gamage took two apiece.
Sri Lanka lead the two-match series 1-0 on account of winning the first Test by 21 runs in Abu Dhabi. Though they had seemed nearly completely out of the match only one hour prior, it is Sri Lanka who will be under most strain when play begins again on day four.
Considering the fact that he had walked off the field during the first day itself, it begs the question why Pakistan's team management did not take him for a scan immediately and allowed him to bowl with a shin injury on the second day.
Openers Shan Masood (15) and Sami Aslam (30) were at the crease as Pakistan trailed Sri Lanka by 431 runs.
He arrived with the team for the second day and came on to bowl in the 11th over of the afternoon. Captain Dinesh Chandimal can take a little credit as well - two of the wickets in this period came from overturning umpires' decisions, via reviews.
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However, Pakistan's task was made harder by Mohammad Amir being ruled out of bowling for the rest of the game - and the forthcoming one-day series - by a stress injury in his shin. But, debutant Sadeera Samarawickrama scored a promising 38 in his first innings and shared a 68-run stand for the second wicket, taking the score to 131-2.
Sarfraz said Hasan Ali, the fast bowler, had suffered a side strain in the first Test, and would be replaced by Wahab Riaz.
In any event, Wahab collected himself at the tea break, and it was his discipline that helped keep Pakistan in the match through that Amir-less second session. Then he struck Chandimal in front with a ball that would have gone on to clip the top of leg stump.
After Karunaratne was out, Sri Lanka slid.
Chandimal knocked six boundaries in another enterprising knock which followed his unbeaten 155 in the first Test.